I will have a final discussion with the powers that be and i do think it would be wise to drop the blizzard rerates. They are way too all over the place.
I understand about the no turn Quasar shot but then i have a differing opinion about the testing methodology. And i'm not sure if you treat all the discs the same based on what you wrote of the mids. The differing opinion i have about throwing a light Quasar at the power it doesn't flip at inflates the LSS number and the disc ain't designed for such a slow speed and the HSS is still determined by making it turn. Contradictory. For a real world drive that is powered enough to make the light Quasars to turn the fade is way less than for a no turn shot. In a different way than any speed 13+ Innova scale disc performed with a no turn test. Real drives behave a lot differently. The propensity to fade is the lowest of all warp speeders and the angle addition rate too with a very forward penetrating fade that moves less sideways than forward on low line drives. Out of warp speeders the fade is the least one of the latest hitting and definitely the slowest increasing so the LSS should reflect that.]
The discs still fade, but the fade is not as visually apparent since a disc that reaches a significant turn will fade forwards rather than left. With the chart's arrows i have told people you can approximate the flight path by connecting the lss arrow onto the end of the hss arrow. For the sake of argument if you had a disc rated hss -3 and lss +5 it would still appear to have less fade than a disc that is hss 0 lss +3. It doesnt change how much fade there is, it only affects how much right to left movement you see on that throw when a disc turns over and completes its flight.
By giving a true "left pull" rating rather than a compensated value measuring visual right to left movement it fixes the power compensation adjustments.
E.g. Innova rates the monarch -4 +1. Their -4 roughly corresponds to joe's -3 and +1 roughly corresponds to joe's +1.5-2. Their rating is applicable to throws over ~390' or so. If a 250' throwing am buys a 175g, im pretty sure he's a) not going to be able to turn it over (or if he can it will be barely) and b) see a lot more fade than he would out of other innova models rated +1 fade.
I got the monarch fade rating on throws in the 300-325' range that we barely reached flat from a hyzer. Our pwr rating had it targeted at 325-350' throwers that will likely see a flight similar to a valkyrie of corresponding weight.